Both mobile phone and desktop computers are made for different purposes. Mobile phones are commonly uses for communication and desktop computers are used for office works and other official tasks. Now a day mobiles can also called as mini computers. As mobiles are easy to use, and do official task with the help of different applications, so that’s why they are getting more and more popular in general public. But when they come against fully fledged desktop computers, mobile phone stays way far behind in speed, processing and other basic stuff.
Mobiles and desktop computer have quite a similar style of processing. In fact processors come with two classes; mobile and desktop. Mobile processors are particularly small in size as compare to desktop processors. Devices such as laptops, smart phones and IOT devices have mobile processors. Mobile processors are designed to be efficient as compare to have more performance. There processors are highly efficient but not have that good performance as compare to desktop processors.
As we all know that processors generate a lot of heat as we see that in computers. But when it comes to mobile phones, when we use the same processor, it might melt the components of mobile devices. One of the major drawback of mobile processors are when they get really heated they limited their speed, which equates to slower performance.
The other big difference is regarding performance. If you take a computer and compare it to a mobile device with the same speed of processor, the computer will usually be able to do more. This is because the processor is limited in what it can do by the other hardware components, like the RAM, Graphics Processing Unit, etc. Computers have more space, so they can fit more advanced components, and are consequently able to do more.
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Some says that both desktop and mobile share same processor by name such as i7, some do believe that they are equal in almost everything but the reality is no, they are not. Even though both desktop and mobile processors can share the same i7 name, that doesn’t mean they’re totally equal. For example, a desktop Intel Core i7-6700 runs 4 cores at 3.4/4.0 GHz with 8MB cache for a Pass mark score of 9,973. Its mobile counterpart, the Intel Core i7-6700HQ, comes in at 2.6/3.5GHz with 6MB of cache for a Pass mark score of 8,001, or almost 20% less.
The major differences comes when we compare mobile
processors with desktop processors, desktop version will defiantly have higher
speed processing and better cache as compare to mobile processor, Mobile
features a reduced speed.
Compare the two models below: the mobile core i7 processor has the same clock
rate as the Desktop i5 core. The Desktop has twice more cores than the mobile
core i7 and a small improvement on the GPU Clock rated speed.
|Type||Processor||Model||Cores||Clock Rate in GHz||GPU||GPU Clock in MHz||TDP in W|
|Desktop||Intel Core i5||7500T||4||2.7||HD 620||1100||35W|
|Mobile||Intel Core i7||7500U||2||2.7||HD 620||1050||15|
It means that Desktop CPUs are more powerful. They can handle more devices: that’s why they are designed for full size PC.
As it is very well known that processor and other mobile technology is advancing with an extreme speed and it is not possible in a near future that we might see mobile devices more powerful and have more performance than a desktop computers.